05. July 2019 - 19:30 till 20:30
Delighted Tobehere - Simply Delighted | Maine Street | Friday, 05. July 2019
This show contains ONE ingredient: Delighted Tobehere. No GMO's, No Additives, No Gluten. Simply Delighted.
This 7 foot tall, award winning, southern queen serves up charm, talent, and a heapin' helpin' of funny that is sure to satisfy your worst drag craving! Delighted has performed to sold out houses in London, Puerto Vallarta, Juneau, Alaska, Key West, Chicago, and New York City and is thrilled to return to MaineStreet Ogunquit for her third season! From Disney to Country, Pop to Broadway, Delighted will present an ADHD all-you-can-eat smorgasbord of live singing enjoyment that you don't want to miss! Get your tickets TODAY! You'll be SIMPLY DELIGHTED you did!
*Unofficial Health Notice: Watch Simply Delighted as a part of a well balanced diet and exercise regimen. Burn up to 200 calories from simply laughing!
Delighted Tobehere’s entertainment career began February 2001 where she performed alongside The Armorettes - "The Infamous Camp Drag Queens of the South" - in the legendary nightclub Backstreet Atlanta. Since her momentous first performance, she has been a tour de force in the drag scene both on-stage and behind the scenes.
Delighted Tobehere was named as one of the funniest drag queens in America by the Huffington Post, and the internationally celebrated comedian Pam Ann says that she is “hysterical!”
In 2015, Delighted debuted on NBC's America's Got Talent to rave reviews and 4 Yes votes from the judges: "I loved the entire performance" - Howard Stern, and "[Delighted] just became the first country music dragstar!" - Howie Mandel.
A self described "Queen of all Trades," Delighted combines celebrity illusion, vocal impressions, live vocals, lip sync, comedy, intelligence, and quick wit to wow audiences from corporate functions to pride festivals.
Delighted’s feature celebrity illusion is none other than Adele. London’s QX Magazine says that her impersonation is “something that has to be seen to be believed!” and Boy George said that it was “perfection!”